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Online Training Courses in Platelet-Rich Plasma Application (PRP)

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    Online Training Courses in Platelet-Rich Plasma Application (PRP)
    PRP therapy is based on the ability of platelets to regulate regeneration (regenerative processes). The name of the method is platelet-richplasma, which translates from English as “platelet-enriched plasma”.
    The first scientific works in this direction appeared in the 70s of the XX century, but the methodology began to be developed especially actively at the beginning of this century. Now it is used in traumatology, orthopedics, dentistry, restorative medicine and cosmetology. Platelet-rich plasma is obtained from the patient’s own blood.
    I recommend reading here about our Plasmolifting PRP course
    Preparation for the procedure and its implementation.
    To achieve the maximum effect of PRP therapy, it is necessary to prepare for its implementation. Smoking, alcohol abuse, vitamin-poor diet (fast food, semi-finished products, etc.) worsen the quality of the plasma obtained. As a result, it is recommended to stop drinking alcohol at least a day, not to smoke (preferably two weeks), add black bread, whole grains, offal (sources of B vitamins), sauerkraut, black currant, rosehip (sources of C vitamins) or a multivitamin complex to the diet. It is also advisable to lead a measured lifestyle, get enough sleep and avoid stress.
    A blood sample is taken from the patient, approximately 10-20 ml., which is placed in a special test tube.
    The blood tube is processed in a centrifuge until platelet-rich plasma is obtained.
    Several milliliters of enriched plasma obtained as a result of blood treatment are injected into the joint cavity.
    After plasma injection, the patient bends and unbends the limb several times so that the injected plasma is evenly distributed in the joint cavity and turns into a gel.

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